58% Of Disabled People Feel Anxious About The Easing Of Lockdown Rules

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A press release:

A survey conducted by Disability Horizons has found that nearly 60% of disabled and chronically ill people feel really anxious about the easing of lockdown restrictions, and 49% feel the same about the changes to the shielding guidelines.

We spoke to 267 disabled people and those with health conditions, as well as people living with someone who is disabled or chronically unwell.

  • 58% feel really anxious about the easing of lockdown restrictions

  • 49% feel really anxious about the changes to shielding guidelines.

83% of people who participated in the survey live in England, where the highest number of restrictions have been lifted in the UK so far.

One respondent commented: “I don’t understand how the advice has changed when the situation has not been resolved. No vaccine has yet been found, there is no medication to deal with the virus and the fact that we are having…

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